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Don's Rail Photos
Saint Louis South-Western
Stations and Towers
Carrollton Union Depot was built in 1924 after an older station burned and was owned by Missouri-Kansas-Texas It also served SSW and it also served for the Texas Interurban Ry between Septemer 1924 and 1931. It was taken over by Dallas Garland & NorthEastern. It was moved east of the crossing and restored in 2008.
On the North Side of Fort Worth near the stockyards, was Tower 60. It served crossings on Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe, Chicago Rock Island & Pacific, Fort Worth & Denver.
The freight house in Fort Worth still has the original signage. The warehouse is now gone and replaced by a large apartment building but the office is preserved.
The Grapevine depot was saved by the local folks who wanted it to be a central attraction. And now the railroad became the attraction with the depot in the center.
Greenville is apparently still in existence.
On the main line from Texarkana to Dallas was Mount Pleasant.
Sulphur Springs is the base office for Blackhills RR.
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The Baptism of the Lord
Don's Depot It is better to say one Our Father fervently and devoutly than
a thousand with no devotion and full of distraction. -- St Edmund
It is better to say one Our Father fervently and devoutly than a thousand with no devotion and full of distraction.
-- St Edmund